ASUS GTX1080 Ti Strix OC Graphics Card Review

3D Mark 11

ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC Review

3D Mark 11

It is not as if the Founders Edition version of the 1080Ti was exactly lacking in performance, but the Strix batters it into submission, ending up very close to some of the SLI arrangements.

ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC Review  

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30-03-2017, 17:27:35

jimma47
$1379 AUD here but with those performance figures you'd have to say it's not priced too badly. Besides anyone who's spending that amount of coin on a GPU is probably not that concerned about the $200 premium over the founders. Short of an SLI 1080 setup ($14-1600 AUD here) nothing really comes close.

Come on Vega do your thing I'm sick of waiting...Quote

30-03-2017, 18:27:48

IrishNexus
Am I just being daft or should the temperature in your temps graph not be 67°c instead of 60°c since that's​ what GPU-Z recorded as its max on the Overclocking page?
Unless you're recording the out of the box config for the temps graph.Quote

31-03-2017, 11:25:00

Kaapstad
Impressed with how easy it is to get the cooler off compared to the FE.

Don't feel too sorry for Titan owners Tom. If you test a Pascal Titan + waterblock you would be impressed.Quote

31-03-2017, 13:08:03

AwesomeSauceAndy
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
Impressed with how easy it is to get the cooler off compared to the FE.

Don't feel too sorry for Titan owners Tom. If you test a Pascal Titan + waterblock you would be impressed.
Then you are putting the price of the titan XP to 1600-1700 dollars when you could put a waterblock on the 1080ti for less than the current titan XP and most likely still get better performance???? don't try to justify your outrageous splurge on tech when plain and simple less than a year later there is something that beats/ is on par with it for half the price.Quote

01-04-2017, 04:39:10

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by AwesomeSauceAndy View Post
Then you are putting the price of the titan XP to 1600-1700 dollars when you could put a waterblock on the 1080ti for less than the current titan XP and most likely still get better performance???? don't try to justify your outrageous splurge on tech when plain and simple less than a year later there is something that beats/ is on par with it for half the price.
The sad thing is you put waterblocks on both a Titan and 1080 Ti and the Titan is the faster card. If you are going to throw mud around get your facts right.

Apart from the fact I am a Titan owner I am also a 1080 Ti owner so I am neither biased or have anything to justify.

I also find it very poor form that mentioning the fact that a person owns a particular card leaves them open to posts like your one.

The truth of the matter is the Titan owners will get better value for money out of their cards simply because they will have had that level of performance twice as long as 1080 Ti owners before the arrival of Volta.Quote
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